Five of the best toasters

Featuring the world’s first see-through toaster and another with a specific gluten-free bread setting

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1. Russell Hobbs Polka Dot Two-Slice Toaster

Russell Hobbs Polka Dot Two-Slice Toaster

This spotty Emma Bridgewater toaster has three toast settings, plus a high-lift function to stop you from burning your fingertips.

reduced from £70 to £42; emmabridgewater.co.uk

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2. Smeg TSF01 Retro Two-Slice Toaster

Smeg TSF01 Retro Two-Slice Toaster

With six browning levels, the Smeg TSF01 has three preset programmes for reheating, defrosting and bagels, plus self-centring racks to ensure even toasting.

from £129; wayfair.co.uk

3. Magimix Vision

Magimix Vision

With the world’s first see-through toaster, there is really no excuse for letting your toast burn. This two-slice machine has four settings, for toasting, reheating, one-sided toast and defrosting, and extra-wide slots.

£170; amazon.co.uk

4. Gastroback Design Toaster Digital 4S

Gastroback Design Toaster Digital 4S

This four-slice toaster has a rack for warming rolls and seven preset programmes including one for gluten-free bread, which tends to be denser than regular bread, plus extra-wide slots.

£100, gastroback.co.uk

5. Dualit NewGen

Dualit NewGen

Handmade in the UK, the new Dualit can be set to heat one, two, three or all four slots. It has a mechanical timer and an ejector lever.

£220, johnlewis.com

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